Argentine Embassies and Consulates do not issue birth, death or marriage certificates.
Argentine citizens residing abroad can request these certificates online following the instructions given below.
A | Application for certificates registered in Buenos Aires City
1° | Click on "solicitá tu partida" on the website of Buenos Aires City Government and request the certificate online by following the instructions indicated there.
Select the option “Envío al exterior” so that the certificate is sent abroad, and determine whether or not you need the certificate to be legalized with apostille. If you only need the certificate to be submitted at this Embassy, no apostille is required.
2° | The certificate will be sent to the Argentine Embassy in Sweden through the Argentine Foreign Ministry. You will be contacted by email by the Embassy when your certificate is received.
B | Application for certificates registered in Buenos Aires Province
1 ° | Click on "Iniciar o seguir trámite" and then select "Ingresar" on the website Partidas Digitales of Buenos Aires Province and request the certificate online by following the instructions indicated there.
2 ° | Pay the fee online and wait to receive the link to download the certificate in your email account.
You do not need to receive the certificate on paper. The digital signature is valid and sufficient.
Important: the website requires a digital authentication ID (by ANSES, AFIP o RENAPER). If you do not count with one of these credentials, any relative or acquaintance in Argentina can log in and request the birth certificate by you.
C | Application for certificates registered in the rest of the country
1° | Go to this website: http://www.mininterior.gov.ar/tramitesyservicios/partidas-certificados.p...
2° | Enter your information (surname, name, address, etc.) and select the requested "tipo de trámite" (type of certificate requested): nacimiento (birth), matrimonio (marriage) or defunción (death). Then click on "siguiente” (next).
3° | You will be required now to enter additional information according to the type of certificate requested eg. surname and first name of your parents if you have requested a birth certificate. You will be also asked to inform your address abroad.
At the bottom of the page, it is asked if your certificate should be legalized (with or without apostille). Select an option: Yes or No.
Keep in mind that if you plan to submit the document at a Swedish authority, it needs to be legalized with apostille. If you only want to submit it at our Embassy, there is no need for legalization with or without apostille.
4° | Click on "Enviar" (send) to complete the application. The website will give you a número de trámite (application number), which you must remember in case you need it for future claim.
5° | Once the application is completed, the certificate will be sent to the Embassy within an estimated period of 2 months.
6° | Once the certificate is received, the Embassy will contact you by email to coordinate delivery of the document.